An Englishlike dialect spoken in non-urban environments of Ohio, where 'Oh' sounds are pronounced 'Uh'. For instance, Ohio is pronounced 'Uhiuh' and window is pronounced 'winduh'. Not to be mistaken for Kentucky hillspeak where they would say 'wind'er'
Steve from Ohio: Theres someone in that 'winduh' up there

Dan from Minnesota: In the what?

Steve: The winduh man, in the winduh

Dan: Man, i can barely understand your Ohialect.
作者 OGchopshop 2010年5月07日

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